K2 84mm 80A Inline Skate Wheels with ILQ7 Bearings - 8 Pack

$59.95
K2 84mm 80A Inline Skate Wheels with ILQ7 Bearings - 8 Pack
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A smooth riding set of replacement wheels, the K2 84mm Wheels with ILQ7 Bearings and Aluminum Spacers provide an excellent grip and can roll over a bump with ease.


  • Durometer: 80A



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

Specifications
Recommended Use Performance Wheel Durometer 80A Number of Wheels 8
Bearings Included Yes What Bearings are Included? ILQ7 Model Year 2014
Model Number I11905210 Product ID 212105 Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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Q: I want to buy inline skate wheels to skate on the street (asphalt). The size is 84mm. What hardness shoul I buy? Thank you,
Asked : Mar 16, 2014
By : Luisa
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A:80A or 82A would be about the best durometer hardness for outdoor street skating. These K2 84mm wheels with ILQ7 bearings have an 80A
Answered : Mar 18, 2014
By : Keith, Customer Care
Q: I am looking for replacement wheels for K2 Fit inline skates 84mm/80a hardness. Have you got them?
Asked : May 21, 2013
By : dkushnick, Atlanta GA
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A:We do carry the K2 84mm/80A replacement wheels currently. If you search our site for product ID 212097 you will be sent right to the page for them.
Answered : May 21, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I have k2 100 radical 2012 and I'm looking for smaller, less expensive wheels, what smaller sized wheels would be ok on these skates? Thanks.
Asked : May 17, 2013
By : joe, oakland, ca
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A:Since the Radical 100's utilize a straight setup of 100mm wheels all the way across, you can potentially put any size smaller wheels on the skates, including the 84mm kit. Just keep in mind that if you go too small, you won't be able to use the smaller wheels with the brake still attached.
Answered : May 17, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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